As of 2015, Small Planet Airlines offers charter flights to a variety of destinations within Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and Asia, including Greece, Spain, Bulgaria, Egypt and Turkey. Most of the charter flights operated by Small Planet Airlines are run in conjunction with travel agencies.
The main branch of the company is headquartered in Lithuania and concentrates on operating in four central markets: Poland, Lithuania, France and the United Kingdom. It runs yearly operations from Vilnius Airport, Gdansk Airport, Katowice Airport, Warsaw Airport and London-Gatwick Airport. It also has seasonal operating bases in Manchester and Verona.
The company was formed in 2008 as FlyLAL Charters, which was then renamed to Small Planet Airlines in 2012. In addition to the company's main branch in Vilnius, Lithuania, it also operates three subsidiary companies in Germany, Poland and Thailand. As of 2015, Small Planet Airlines has a fleet of 18 aircraft. It operates two older model Boeing 737-300 airplanes and 16 Airbus A320s.
In 2013, the company became the first airline in Vilnius to fly more than a million passengers in a single year, while in 2014 more than 1.2 million passengers flew with Small Planet Airlines. In September 2015, the company announced that it would be relocating some of its fleet to southern Asia during the winter, as the company plans to operate flights from South Korea and China to Cambodia.